Risk and Reward in a Global Market Place

Globalisation isn't a new concept — it's been around since before Britain ruled the waves — and some might say waived the rules. However, what is new is the extent to which information flows have exploded. The world is a much smaller, and vastly more transparent and democratic place, than when Tulip futures peaked in Amsterdam sometime in the 17th century.

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For many organisations, doing business these days is like standing in a virtual window, without curtains. Some observers complain about the world being taken over by brands. What is a brand? It’s a reputation.

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